Experience the Holidays with Mt. Olivet
by Mt. Olivet Baptist on November 8th, 2023
The Holiday time is a busy time for each of us. We are always on the go this time of year at Mt. Olivet Baptist as well. We don't want you to miss anything happening at our church. This Newsletter will highlight our major events for you to put on your schedule.
Middle East in Crisis
by Rodney Duckett on October 18th, 2023
As we join together and support Israel in their right to defend their country and their people we know that a great number individual needs will arise from this conflict. You may be asking yourself, “What can I do to help?”
We Made History
by Rodney Duckett on October 5th, 2023
For the third year in a row Mt. Olivet Baptist, combined with thousands of other Southern Baptist churches, have set a new missions giving record! This year’s Annie Armstrong Easter Offering totaled more than $70.2 million. Thank you for your faithful giving! All across North America, God is putting those gifts to work. New churches are being started, new believers are being baptized, and missiona...
Taking Time to Celebrate
by Mt Olivet Baptist on September 27th, 2023
During a recent worship service Pastor Rodney introduced a new element into our weekly worship services. A candle has been placed on the altar table at the front of the Worship Center and has been named the "Hallelujah Candle." "This candle will allow for us a time to celebrate what God is doing," said Pastor Rodney. "It will also provide us all with a visual reminder and motivator to be busy s...
Come Back to Church
by Rodney Duckett on September 6th, 2023
“Back to Church Sunday,” part of a national movement of churches across America, will be held at Mt. Olivet Baptist on Sunday, September 10th. Everyone is welcome to attend.You may not realize this but "Back to Church Sunday" started as a call to action and invitation for the church in 2009. This year the National Back to Church Sunday (BTCS) movement marks its fourteenth year and continues to g...
Earthquake in Turkey
by Rodney Duckett on February 9th, 2023
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on February 6 with enough force to be felt in nations hundreds of miles away. More than 100 aftershocks have been recorded since the initial disaster, impacting millions of people throughout the region.